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Published by [s.n.] in Washington .
Written in English


  • International relations,
  • France,
  • Japan

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Other titlesAnglo-Japanese alliance and Franco-Japanese alliance
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
Pagination6 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18297297M

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Franco-Japanese relations today. Recently France has been very involved in trade and cultural exchange initiatives with Japan. Some people see this as being a result of former French president Jacques Chirac being a Japanophile. Chirac has visited Japan over 40 times, probably more than any other world leader outside of Japan, and is an expert. The Anglo-Japanese Treaty of Amity and Commerce (日英修好通商条約, Nichi-Ei Shūkō Tsūshō Jōyaku) was signed on Aug by Lord Elgin and the then representatives of the Japanese government (Tokugawa shogunate).This was an unequal treaty, that gave Japan semi-colonial status.. The concessions which Japan made were threefold: A representative of the British government would. – Anglo-Japanese Alliance (): Against the Southward Movement of the Russians, Crimea and Afghanistan as other points of conflict; British in Komundo (巨文島) – Katsura-Taft Secret Treaty (Aug. ): Recognizing Japan’s control of Korea and America’s control of the Philippines.   While serving in London from , he worked to successfully conclude the Anglo-Japanese Alliance and signed on behalf of the government of Japan on Janu [2] He was elevated to the title of viscount (shishaku) in February